Learn more about IUP’s current COVID-19 mitigation guidelines, announced July 22.
College is about more than classes and exams. At IUP, there are countless lectures, panels, theater and music productions, and many ways to wind down when you need to.
We are offering many programs in dual formats, both online and in-person. From exciting concerts from the student activity committee STATIC to multicultural programming with the Multicultural Center for Student Leadership and Engagement (MCSLE), along
with activities to support your mental health and well-being through the Center for Health and Well-Being, we’ve got you covered.
Looking for something to do in your spare time? Follow these resources to find the most up-to-date information on activities sponsored and organized by event programmers in the IUP community.
And of course, you can always reserve a space, visit the bookstore, or take part in leisure activities at the IUP Student Co-op.
Any physical event on campus should be scheduled through 25Live Pro. This online platform is designed to help IUP to monitor the “people footprint” for the safety of the IUP community.
It tracks COVID-19 capacity, PPE resources, custodial services, and other important health and safety factors. The program is open to any member of the IUP community, both students and employees.
When scheduling and planning events, please keep the following in mind:
Major events on campus follow all relevant national and state guidelines related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Event organizers will continually assess whether an event can proceed safety based on current conditions and guidelines, and adjust accordingly
while informing the community of any changes.
The IUP Admissions office offers virtual visits and limited weekday campus tours for future students and families. The Graduate Admissions office also has several visit options for students interested in master's and doctoral degrees.
We’ll follow up-to-date Centers for Disease Control and Pennsylvania Department of Health group gathering guidelines for the safety of all visitors, faculty, staff, current students, and the Indiana community as we plan visit options.
You can always call the Office of Admissions to ask questions. We don’t want this situation to keep you from getting all the information you need to make your decision.
If you are coming to IUP from high school or transferring from another college, call 724-357-2230 or email email@example.com.
If you are a candidate for graduate admission, call 724-357-2222 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you’re interested in visiting the IUP Academy of Culinary Arts, call 800-438-6424.
Visit IUP Athletics for updated information about fall athletics.